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Love the oracle rulings
"10/1/2007 Yes, the opponent draws seven cards. It's not optional."
Posted By: mtg_random (5/16/2012 7:35:53 AM)
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@bijart

If you're going to pass this across the table, why not splash some red for Obstinate Familiar (to avoid milling yourself to pieces) and Spiraling Embers as an alternate win condition?
Posted By: DarthMohawk1 (4/14/2010 11:35:52 AM)
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Haha Underworld Dreams. And Gnat Miser and Locust Miser make great companions, too.
Posted By: DacenOctavio (1/9/2011 11:28:24 PM)
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@fungalbloom: I would assume that multiple Forced Fruitions would stack in the order that they came into play, so each spell cast could potentially mill for 28.

I built a deck around this with Underworld Dreams, Kederekt Parasite, Cerebral Vortex, and Runeflare Trap, but I was having some trouble making it viable in multiplayer. Hive Mind seems like the perfect addition to that end.
Posted By: Askthespartan (2/27/2011 1:26:56 PM)
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Battle of Wits deck. self mill problem solved. use all those broken things you already said. Consecrated Sphinx, Wheel of Sun and Moon, Thought Refelction, give this to them with Donate. I think your opponent might just quit playing Magic though.
throw in Black for the Skull, Underworld Dreams, Megrim, Liliana's Caress, all the tutors...
Seems like quite a viable 500 card deck of douchebaggery, if you can shuffle it.
Posted By: DarthParallax (4/17/2011 6:29:04 PM)
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Meean, MEEEAN card! combine it with underworld dreams, megrim, thats a silly amount of damage. cuz you figure they have 4 cards in hand maybe, they play a spell, have 3, then draw 7 to give them ten, dreams does 7 damage, then they have to discard 3 cards which deals another six damage.
Posted By: TheSwarm (1/9/2011 7:47:26 AM)
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Good target forDonate. It will make your Niv-Mizzet, the Firemind a very happy dragon, you don't even need to worry about your own discard end even than it can fixed with Reliquary Tower or Spellbook.
I'am also pretty sure that load's of Kamigawa cards would benefit from this.
Posted By: Cloudeye (4/20/2011 10:19:58 AM)
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It definitely has combo potential, but you'd better make sure that the rest of your combo is already in place the instant this hits the field, or have such insane defenses that you're already in win-more mode. Because otherwise, if your opponent has one card (or one combo) anywhere in his deck that can screw you over, he's pretty much guaranteed to get it.
Posted By: sonorhC (7/25/2011 11:38:00 PM)
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I was thinking Jace's Archivist + Psychatog, but I just love Psychatog like that. *evil grin*
Posted By: GlassJoetheChamp (3/13/2012 7:54:11 PM)
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Fun fact about this card: I have never lost a game, even multiplayer, after successfully casting this. Yes, it does cost a very painful 6 mana, but it does what every six costing spell should do, win you the game!

Minimum, if this is on the field, an opponent is drawing seven from a removal spell. If you are playing a counter deck though, even trying to destroy this becomes a very risky proposition. The closest someone has come to beating it out was in EDH when someone cast three successive spells to remove it before knocking it off the field.

Also fun with this is Mindslaver. Just saying, game ends that turn.
Posted By: Enelysios (5/6/2012 5:29:17 AM)
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